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The following lists the number one singles on the Australian Singles Chart, along with other substantial hits, during the 1980s. The source for this decade is the Kent Music Report, and the ARIA Charts.

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1980s Australian charts

Two sets of charts ran in Australia in the late 1980s. The Kent Music Report began publication in 1974 as Australia's official national charts. From mid-1983, the Australian Recording Industry Association (or ARIA) licensed the Kent Music Report (which was renamed the 'Australian Music Report' in 1987). ARIA commenced compiling its own charts in-house from the week ending June 26, 1988 (a Sunday). These charts ran concurrent to what was by then known as the Australian Music Report. The Australian Music Report charts ceased to be published commercially in 1999.

ARIA Charts are listed below from their commencement in June 1988, in non-tabular format.

The Kent Music Report / Australian Music Report chart data (1980 - 1989) is given here in tabular format and taken from the "Australian Chart Book 1970-92", published by David Kent.

Variances in dates between the two charts are as follows:
The dates given for the Kent Music Report / Australian Music Report are Mondays.
The dates given for ARIA Charts are Saturdays.

1980 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
7 January The Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star" 7 weeks (5 weeks in Dec. 1979)
14 January The Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star" 7 weeks (5 weeks in Dec. 1979)
21 January Michael Jackson "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough" 3 weeks
28 January Michael Jackson "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough" 3 weeks
4 February Michael Jackson "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough" 3 weeks
11 February KC and the Sunshine Band "Please Don't Go" 2 weeks
18 February KC and the Sunshine Band "Please Don't Go" 2 weeks
25 February Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
3 March Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
10 March Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
17 March Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
24 March Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
31 March Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
7 April Queen "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" 7 weeks
14 April Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
21 April Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
28 April Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
5 May Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
12 May Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
19 May Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
26 May Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
2 June Split Enz "I Got You" 8 weeks
9 June Rocky Burnette "Tired of Toein' the Line" 2 weeks
16 June Rocky Burnette "Tired of Toein' the Line" 2 weeks
23 June The Vapors "Turning Japanese" 2 weeks
30 June The Vapors "Turning Japanese" 2 weeks
7 July The Village People "Can't Stop the Music" 4 weeks
14 July The Village People "Can't Stop the Music" 4 weeks
21 July The Village People "Can't Stop the Music" 4 weeks
28 July The Village People "Can't Stop the Music" 4 weeks
4 August Lipps Inc "Funkytown" 2 weeks
11 August Lipps Inc "Funkytown" 2 weeks
18 August Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
25 August Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
1 September Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
8 September Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
15 September Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
22 September Genghis Khan "Moscow" 6 weeks
29 September Diana Ross "Upside Down" 4 weeks
6 October Diana Ross "Upside Down" 4 weeks
13 October Diana Ross "Upside Down" 4 weeks
20 October Diana Ross "Upside Down" 4 weeks
27 October Leo Sayer "More Than I Can Say" 2 weeks
3 November Leo Sayer "More Than I Can Say" 2 weeks
10 November Barbra Streisand "Woman in Love" 2 weeks
17 November Barbra Streisand "Woman in Love" 2 weeks
24 November Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
1 December Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
8 December Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
15 December Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
22 December Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
29 December Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included " Xanadu" by Olivia Newton-John featuring Electric Light Orchestra, "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)" by Pink Floyd, "Brass in Pocket" by The Pretenders, "What I Like About You" by The Romantics, "Dreaming My Dreams with You" by Colleen Hewett, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" by Long John Baldry and Kathi MacDonald, "Babooshka" by Kate Bush and "Coming Up" by Paul McCartney.

Other hits (with their peak positions noted) were "Space Invaders" by Player One (3), "Ashes to Ashes" by David Bowie (3). "He's My Number One" by Christie Allen (4), "Call Me" and "The Tide is High" by Blondie (4), "Blame It on the Boogie" by The Jacksons (4) and "Shandi" by KISS (5).

Hits by Australasian artists included "Magic" by Olivia Newton-John, "People" by Mi-Sex, "No Secrets" by The Angels, "You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC and "Can't Help Myself" and "We Can Get Together" by Flowers.

Split Enz' hit "I Got You" was the best charting single of the year.

1981 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
5 January Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
12 January Joe Dolce Music Theatre "Shaddap You Face" 8 weeks
19 January John Lennon "(Just Like) Starting Over" 4 weeks
26 January John Lennon "(Just Like) Starting Over" 4 weeks
2 February John Lennon "(Just Like) Starting Over" 4 weeks
9 February John Lennon "(Just Like) Starting Over" 4 weeks
16 February Slim Dusty "Duncan" 2 weeks
23 February Slim Dusty "Duncan" 2 weeks
2 March The Swingers "Counting the Beat" 3 weeks
9 March The Swingers "Counting the Beat" 3 weeks
16 March The Swingers "Counting the Beat" 3 weeks
23 March Adam and the Ants "Antmusic" 5 weeks
30 March Adam and the Ants "Antmusic" 5 weeks
6 April Adam and the Ants "Antmusic" 5 weeks
13 April Adam and the Ants "Antmusic" 5 weeks
20 April Adam and the Ants "Antmusic" 5 weeks
27 April Sheena Easton "9 to 5 (Morning Train)" 2 weeks
4 May Sheena Easton "9 to 5 (Morning Train)" 2 weeks
11 May Roxy Music "Jealous Guy" 4 weeks
18 May Roxy Music "Jealous Guy" 4 weeks
25 May Roxy Music "Jealous Guy" 4 weeks
1 June Roxy Music "Jealous Guy" 4 weeks
8 June Shakin' Stevens "This Ole House" 1 week
15 June Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes" 5 weeks
22 June Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes" 5 weeks
29 June Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes" 5 weeks
6 July Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes" 5 weeks
13 July Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes" 5 weeks
20 July Stars on 45 "Stars on 45 Medley" 4 weeks
27 July Stars on 45 "Stars on 45 Medley" 4 weeks
3 August Stars on 45 "Stars on 45 Medley" 4 weeks
10 August Stars on 45 "Stars on 45 Medley" 4 weeks
17 August Devo DEV-O Live (EP) 3 weeks
24 August Devo DEV-O Live (EP) 3 weeks
31 August Rick Springfield "Jessie's Girl" 1 week
7 September Devo DEV-O Live (EP) 3 weeks
14 September Shakin' Stevens "You Drive Me Crazy" 3 weeks
21 September Shakin' Stevens "You Drive Me Crazy" 3 weeks
28 September Shakin' Stevens "You Drive Me Crazy" 3 weeks
5 October Diana Ross and Lionel Richie "Endless Love" 4 weeks
12 October Diana Ross and Lionel Richie "Endless Love" 4 weeks
19 October Diana Ross and Lionel Richie "Endless Love" 4 weeks
26 October Diana Ross and Lionel Richie "Endless Love" 4 weeks
2 November Billy Field "You Weren't in Love with Me" 1 week
9 November The Rolling Stones "Start Me Up" 1 week
16 November Olivia Newton-John "Physical" 5 weeks
23 November Olivia Newton-John "Physical" 5 weeks
30 November Olivia Newton-John "Physical" 5 weeks
7 December Olivia Newton-John "Physical" 5 weeks
14 December Olivia Newton-John "Physical" 5 weeks
21 December Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks
28 December Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number 2 included "Who Can It Be Now?" by Men at Work and "Louise (We Get It Right)" by Jona Lewie

"Turn Me Loose" by Loverboy, "Girls Can Get It" by Dr. Hook, "Keep on Loving You" by REO Speedwagon, "Gotta Pull Myself Together" by The Nolans and "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins all peaked at number 3. Other major hits (with their peak positions) were "Jesse" by Carly Simon (4), "Kids in America" by Kim Wilde (5), "Precious to Me" by Phil Seymour (6), "It Must Be Love" by Madness (6) and "Boys in Town" by Divinyls (8).

Hits by Australasian artists included "If I Were a Carpenter" by Swanee, "Bad Habits" by Billy Field and "State of the Heart" by Mondo Rock.

The Swingers' hit "Counting the Beat" was the best charting single of the year.

1982 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
4 January Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks
11 January Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks
18 January Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks
24 January Men at Work "Down Under" 6 weeks
1 February Lindsey Buckingham "Trouble" 3 weeks
8 February Lindsey Buckingham "Trouble" 3 weeks
15 February Lindsey Buckingham "Trouble" 3 weeks
22 February Soft Cell "Tainted Love" 3 weeks
1 March Soft Cell "Tainted Love" 3 weeks
8 March Soft Cell "Tainted Love" 3 weeks
15 March The J. Geils Band "Centerfold" 1 week
22 March Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
29 March Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
5 April Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
12 April Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
19 April Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
26 April Moving Pictures "What About Me" 6 weeks
3 May Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" 5 weeks
10 May Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" 5 weeks
17 May Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" 5 weeks
24 May Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" 5 weeks
31 May Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" 5 weeks
7 June Toni Basil "Mickey" 2 weeks
14 June Toni Basil "Mickey" 2 weeks
21 June Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
28 June Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
5 July Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
12 July Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
19 July Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
26 July Charlene "I've Never Been to Me" 6 weeks
2 August A Flock of Seagulls "I Ran (So Far Away)" 2 weeks
9 August A Flock of Seagulls "I Ran (So Far Away)" 2 weeks
16 August Adam Ant "Goody Two-Shoes" 2 weeks
23 August Adam Ant "Goody Two-Shoes" 2 weeks
30 August Ray Parker, Jr. "The Other Woman" 1 week
6 September Steve Miller Band "Abracadabra" 2 weeks
13 September Steve Miller Band "Abracadabra" 2 weeks
20 September Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
27 September Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
4 October Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
11 October Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
18 October Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
25 October Survivor "Eye of the Tiger" 6 weeks
1 November Dexys Midnight Runners "Come On Eileen" 5 weeks
8 November Dexys Midnight Runners "Come On Eileen" 5 weeks
15 November Dexys Midnight Runners "Come On Eileen" 5 weeks
22 November Dexys Midnight Runners "Come On Eileen" 5 weeks
29 November Dexys Midnight Runners "Come On Eileen" 5 weeks
6 December Musical Youth "Pass the Dutchie" 3 weeks
13 December Musical Youth "Pass the Dutchie" 3 weeks
20 December Musical Youth "Pass the Dutchie" 3 weeks
27 December Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number 2 included "It's Raining Men" by The Weather Girls, "Key Largo" by Bertie Higgins, "Believe It or Not" (Theme from The Greatest American Hero by Joey Scarbury), "If You Want My Love" by Cheap Trick, "Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's, "Six Months in a Leaky Boat" by Split Enz, "Shy Boy" by Bananarama and "Ebony and Ivory" by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.

Other hits (with peak positions shown), included "Waiting For a Girl Like You" (3) by Foreigner, "Young Turks" (3) by Rod Stewart, "You Should Hear How She Talks About You" (4) by Melissa Manchester, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" (4) by Chicago and "Hurts So Good" (5) by John "Cougar" Mellencamp.

Hits by Australasian artists included "Forever Now" by Cold Chisel, "Body and Soul" by Jo Kennedy, "Solid Rock" by Goanna, "Great Southern Land" by Icehouse, "Dirty Creature" by Split Enz, "Down on the Border" by Little River Band and "Lady, What's Your Name" by Swanee.

Survivor's hit "Eye of the Tiger" was the best charting single of the year.

1983 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
3 January Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks
10 January Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks
17 January Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks
23 January Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks
31 January Culture Club "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" 6 weeks
7 February Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
14 February Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
21 February Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
28 February Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
7 March Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
14 March Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
21 March Laura Branigan "Gloria" 7 weeks
28 March Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes "Up Where We Belong" 2 weeks
4 April Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes "Up Where We Belong" 2 weeks
11 April Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" 5 weeks
18 April Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" 5 weeks
25 April Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" 5 weeks
2 May Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" 5 weeks
9 May Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" 5 weeks
16 May Redgum "I Was Only 19 (A Walk in the Light Green)" 2 weeks
23 May Redgum "I Was Only 19 (A Walk in the Light Green)" 2 weeks
30 May Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
6 June Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
13 June Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
20 June Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
27 June Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
4 July Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 6 weeks
11 July Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
18 July Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
25 July Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
1 August Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
8 August Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
15 August Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
22 August Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
29 August Irene Cara "Flashdance... What a Feeling" 7 weeks
5 September Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
12 September Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
19 September Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
26 September Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
3 October Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
10 October Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
17 October Austen Tayshus "Australiana" 8 weeks
24 October Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" 5 weeks
31 October Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" 5 weeks
7 November Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" 5 weeks
14 November Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" 5 weeks
21 November Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" 5 weeks
28 November Australian Crawl "Reckless (Don't Be So)" 1 week
5 December Billy Joel "Uptown Girl" 1 week
12 December Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton "Islands in the Stream" 1 week
19 December Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks
26 December Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included "Beat It" by Michael Jackson, "Every Breath You Take" by The Police, "Bop Girl" by Pat Wilson, "Twisting by the Pool" (EP) by Dire Straits, "Rain" by Dragon, "1999" by Prince, "Heartbreaker" by Dionne Warwick, "Electric Avenue" by Eddy Grant and "Let's Dance" by David Bowie.

Other major hits (with peak positions noted) included "Save Your Love" (3) by Renee and Renato, "Give It Up" (3) by KC and the Sunshine Band, "I'm Still Standing" (3) by Elton John, "You Can't Hurry Love" (3) by Phil Collins, "Church of the Poison Mind" and "Victims" (4) by Culture Club, "The Safety Dance" (5) by Men Without Hats and "Africa" (5) by Toto.

Hits by Australasian artists also included "Send Me an Angel" by Real Life, "Fraction Too Much Friction" by Tim Finn, "Shoop Shoop Diddy Wop Cumma Cumma Wang Dang" by Monte Video and the Cassettes and "Overkill" by Men at Work.

Austen Tayshus' hit "Australiana" was the best charting single of the year.

1984 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
2 January Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks
9 January Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks
16 January Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks
23 January Lionel Richie "All Night Long (All Night)" 6 weeks
30 January INXS "Original Sin" 2 weeks
6 February INXS "Original Sin" 2 weeks
13 February Pat Benatar "Love Is a Battlefield" 5 weeks
20 February Pat Benatar "Love Is a Battlefield" 5 weeks
27 February Pat Benatar "Love Is a Battlefield" 5 weeks
5 March Pat Benatar "Love Is a Battlefield" 5 weeks
12 March Pat Benatar "Love Is a Battlefield" 5 weeks
19 March Cyndi Lauper "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" 2 weeks
26 March Cyndi Lauper "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" 2 weeks
2 April Nena "99 Luftballons" 5 weeks
9 April Nena "99 Luftballons" 5 weeks
16 April Nena "99 Luftballons" 5 weeks
23 April Nena "99 Luftballons" 5 weeks
30 April Nena "99 Luftballons" 5 weeks
7 May "Weird Al" Yankovic "Eat It" 1 week
14 May Kenny Loggins "Footloose" 3 weeks
21 May Kenny Loggins "Footloose" 3 weeks
28 May Kenny Loggins "Footloose" 3 weeks
4 June Lionel Richie "Hello" 3 weeks
11 June Lionel Richie "Hello" 3 weeks
18 June Lionel Richie "Hello" 3 weeks
25 June The Twelfth Man "It's Just Not Cricket" 3 weeks
2 July The Twelfth Man "It's Just Not Cricket" 3 weeks
9 July The Twelfth Man "It's Just Not Cricket" 3 weeks
16 July Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
23 July Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
30 July Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
6 August Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
13 August Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
20 August Prince "When Doves Cry" 1 weeks
27 August Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
3 September Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 7 weeks
10 September Tina Turner "What's Love Got to Do with It" 1 week
17 September George Michael "Careless Whisper" 4 weeks
24 September George Michael "Careless Whisper" 4 weeks
1 October George Michael "Careless Whisper" 4 weeks
8 October George Michael "Careless Whisper" 4 weeks
15 October Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
22 October Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
29 October Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
5 November Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
14 November Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
19 November Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
26 November Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
3 December Stevie Wonder "I Just Called to Say I Love You" 8 weeks
10 December Madonna "Like a Virgin" 5 weeks
17 December Madonna "Like a Virgin" 5 weeks
24 December Madonna "Like a Virgin" 5 weeks
31 December Madonna "Like a Virgin" 5 weeks

Other hits
The years best charting single was Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark". Although it only reached number 5 on the singles chart, it remained on the charts for 40 weeks.

Songs peaking at number 2 included "The War Song" by Culture Club, "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr., "Come Said the Boy" by Mondo Rock and "Heaven (Must Be There)" by Eurogliders.

Other hits (with peak position noted) included "She Bop" by Cyndi Lauper (3), "Calling Your Name" (3) by Marilyn, "I Can Dream About You" (3) by Dan Hartman, "Burn for You" (3) by INXS, "Thriller" (4) by Michael Jackson, "Wouldn't It Be Good" by Nik Kershaw (5) and "Relax" (5) by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Also, Popstar Laura Branigan's Ti amo hit number 2 on the Australian charts midway through 1984, while at the same time keeping the no.3 spot with her international hit Self Control (song).

Hits by Australasian artists also included "Listening" and "A Beat for You" both by Pseudo Echo, "I Send a Message" by INXS, "Soul Kind of Feeling" by Dynamic Hepnotics and "Catch Me I'm Falling" by Real Life.

1985 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
7 January Madonna "Like a Virgin" 5 weeks
14 January Band Aid "Do They Know It's Christmas?" 4 weeks
21 January Band Aid "Do They Know It's Christmas?" 4 weeks
28 January Band Aid "Do They Know It's Christmas?" 4 weeks
4 February Band Aid "Do They Know It's Christmas?" 4 weeks
11 February Foreigner "I Want to Know What Love Is" 5 weeks
18 February Foreigner "I Want to Know What Love Is" 5 weeks
25 February Foreigner "I Want to Know What Love Is" 5 weeks
4 March Foreigner "I Want to Know What Love Is" 5 weeks
11 March Foreigner "I Want to Know What Love Is" 5 weeks
18 March Murray Head "One Night in Bangkok" 1 week
25 March Tears for Fears "Shout" 1 week
1 April Jim Diamond "I Should Have Known Better" 1 week
8 April USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
15 April USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
22 April USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
29 April USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
6 May USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
13 May USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
20 May USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
27 May USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
3 June USA for Africa "We Are the World" 9 weeks
10 June Eurythmics "Would I Lie to You?" 2 weeks
17 June Eurythmics "Would I Lie to You?" 2 weeks
24 June Madonna "Angel" / "Into the Groove" 4 weeks
1 July Madonna "Angel" / "Into the Groove" 4 weeks
8 July Madonna "Angel" / "Into the Groove" 4 weeks
15 July Madonna "Angel" / "Into the Groove" 4 weeks
22 July Madonna "Crazy for You" 4 weeks
29 July Madonna "Crazy for You" 4 weeks
5 August Madonna "Crazy for You" 4 weeks
12 August Madonna "Crazy for You" 4 weeks
19 August Tina Turner "We Don't Need Another Hero" 3 weeks
26 August Tina Turner "We Don't Need Another Hero" 3 weeks
2 September Tina Turner "We Don't Need Another Hero" 3 weeks
9 September Models "Out of Mind, Out of Sight" 2 weeks
16 September Models "Out of Mind, Out of Sight" 2 weeks
23 September Huey Lewis and the News "The Power of Love" 2 weeks
30 September Huey Lewis and the News "The Power of Love" 2 weeks
7 October Mick Jagger and David Bowie "Dancing in the Street" 2 weeks
14 October Mick Jagger and David Bowie "Dancing in the Street" 2 weeks
21 October UB40 with Chrissie Hynde "I Got You Babe" 3 weeks
28 October UB40 with Chrissie Hynde "I Got You Babe" 3 weeks
4 November UB40 with Chrissie Hynde "I Got You Babe" 3 weeks
11 November a-ha "Take on Me" 2 weeks
18 November a-ha "Take on Me" 2 weeks
25 November Jennifer Rush "The Power of Love" 2 weeks
2 December Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks
9 December Jennifer Rush "The Power of Love" 2 weeks
16 December Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks
23 December Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks
30 December Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks

The hit "We Are the World" by USA for Africa was the best charting single of the year.

1986 (Kent Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
6 January Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks
13 January Midnight Oil Species Deceases (EP) 6 weeks
20 January Starship "We Built This City" 2 weeks
27 January Starship "We Built This City" 2 weeks
3 February Whitney Houston "Saving All My Love for You" 2 weeks
10 February Whitney Houston "Saving All My Love for You" 2 weeks
17 February Feargal Sharkey "A Good Heart" 2 weeks
24 February Feargal Sharkey "A Good Heart" 2 weeks
3 March Dionne Warwick with Gladys Knight, Elton John & Stevie Wonder "That's What Friends Are For" 1 week
10 March Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
17 March Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
24 March Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
31 March Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
7 April Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
14 April Billy Ocean "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" 6 weeks
21 April Diana Ross "Chain Reaction" 3 weeks
28 April Diana Ross "Chain Reaction" 3 weeks
5 May Diana Ross "Chain Reaction" 3 weeks
12 May Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
19 May Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
26 May Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
2 June Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
9 June Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
16 June Cliff Richard and The Young Ones "Living Doll" 6 weeks
23 June Robert Palmer "Addicted to Love" 2 weeks
30 June Robert Palmer "Addicted to Love" 2 weeks
7 July Samantha Fox "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" 3 weeks
14 July Whitney Houston "Greatest Love of All" 1 week
21 July Samantha Fox "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" 3 weeks
28 July Samantha Fox "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" 3 weeks
4 August Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
11 August Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
18 August Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
25 August Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
1 September Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
8 September Madonna "Papa Don't Preach" 6 weeks
15 September Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
22 September Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
29 September Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
6 October Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
13 October Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
20 October Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
27 October Bananarama "Venus" 7 weeks
3 November John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
10 November John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
17 November John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
24 November John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
1 December John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
8 December John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
15 December John Farnham "You're the Voice" 7 weeks
22 December Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
29 December Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included "Stimulation" by Wa Wa Nee, "Take My Breath Away" by Berlin, "Stuck with You" by Huey Lewis and the News, "Dancing on the Ceiling" by Lionel Richie, "Don't Leave Me This Way" by The Communards, "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon, "How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston, "Concrete and Clay" by Martin Plaza, "Lady in Red" by Chris De Burgh and "Kiss" by Prince.

Other major hits (all peaking at number 3) included "Manic Monday" by The Bangles, "A Matter of Trust" by Billy Joel, "True Colours" by Cyndi Lauper and "Hit That Perfect Beat" by Bronski Beat.

Hits by Australasian artists also included "The Dead Heart" by Midnight Oil, "Who Made Who" by AC/DC, "Great Wall" by Boom Crash Opera, "I Could Make You Love Me" by Wa Wa Nee, "Love an Adventure" by Pseudo Echo and "Do You Wanna Be?" by I'm Talking.

Diana Ross' hit "Chain Reaction" was the best charting single of the year.

1987 (Australian Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
5 January Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
12 January Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
19 January Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
26 January Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
2 February Pseudo Echo "Funkytown" 7 weeks
9 February The Bangles "Walk Like an Egyptian" 2 weeks
16 February Kim Wilde "You Keep Me Hangin' On" 2 weeks
23 February The Bangles "Walk Like an Egyptian" 2 weeks
2 March Kim Wilde "You Keep Me Hangin' On" 2 weeks
9 March Boris Gardiner "I Want to Wake Up with You" 1 week
16 March George Michael and Aretha Franklin "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" 4 weeks
23 March George Michael and Aretha Franklin "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" 4 weeks
30 March George Michael and Aretha Franklin "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" 4 weeks
6 April George Michael and Aretha Franklin "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" 4 weeks
13 April Paul Lekakis "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" 5 weeks
20 April Paul Lekakis "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" 5 weeks
27 April Paul Lekakis "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" 5 weeks
4 May Paul Lekakis "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" 5 weeks
11 May Paul Lekakis "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" 5 weeks
18 May Dave Dobbyn with Herbs "Slice of Heaven" 4 weeks
25 May Dave Dobbyn with Herbs "Slice of Heaven" 4 weeks
1 June Dave Dobbyn with Herbs "Slice of Heaven" 4 weeks
8 June Dave Dobbyn with Herbs "Slice of Heaven" 4 weeks
15 June Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 5 weeks
22 June Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 5 weeks
29 June Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 5 weeks
6 July Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 5 weeks
13 July Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 5 weeks
20 July Mel and Kim "Respectable" 1 week
27 July The Party Boys "He's Gonna Step on You Again" 2 weeks
3 August The Party Boys "He's Gonna Step on You Again" 2 weeks
10 August Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
17 August Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
24 August Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
31 August Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
7 September Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
14 September Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
21 September Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" 7 weeks
28 September Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
5 October Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
12 October Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
19 October Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
26 October Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
2 November Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
9 November Los Lobos "La Bamba" 7 weeks
16 November Icehouse "Electric Blue" 1 week
23 November Jimmy Barnes "Too Much Ain't Enough Love" 1 week
30 November Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
7 December Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
14 December Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
21 December Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
28 December Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included "The Final Countdown" by Europe, "Suddenly" by Angry Anderson and "Good Times" by Jimmy Barnes and INXS.

Other major hits (with peak positions noted) included "Old Time Rock and Roll" (3) by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (3) by Starship, "Living On A Prayer" (3) by Bon Jovi, "Star Trekkin'" (3) by The Firm, "Bad" (4) and "The Way You Make Me Feel" (5) by Michael Jackson.

Hits by Australasian artists also included "What's My Scene" by Hoodoo Gurus, "Pressure Down" by John Farnham, "Crazy" by Icehouse and "Beds Are Burning" by Midnight Oil.

Kylie Minogue's hit "The Loco-Motion" was the best charting single of the year, and of the decade of the 1980s in Australia.

1988 (Australian Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
4 January Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
11 January Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" 7 weeks
18 January George Michael "Faith" 1 week
25 January George Harrison "Got My Mind Set on You" 1 week
1 February Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
8 February Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
15 February Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
22 February Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
29 February Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
7 March Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" 6 weeks
14 March Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
21 March Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
28 March Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
4 April Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
11 April Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
18 April Kylie Minogue "I Should Be So Lucky" 6 weeks
25 April Billy Ocean "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" 5 weeks
2 May Billy Ocean "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" 5 weeks
9 May Billy Ocean "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" 5 weeks
16 May Billy Ocean "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" 5 weeks
23 May Billy Ocean "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" 5 weeks
30 May Cheap Trick "The Flame" 3 weeks
6 June Cheap Trick "The Flame" 3 weeks
13 June Cheap Trick "The Flame" 3 weeks
20 June Louis Armstrong "What a Wonderful World" 2 weeks
27 June Louis Armstrong "What a Wonderful World" 2 weeks
4 July Kylie Minogue "Got to Be Certain" 4 weeks
11 July Kylie Minogue "Got to Be Certain" 4 weeks
18 July Kylie Minogue "Got to Be Certain" 4 weeks
25 July Kylie Minogue "Got to Be Certain" 4 weeks
1 August John Farnham "Age of Reason" 3 weeks
8 August John Farnham "Age of Reason" 3 weeks
15 August John Farnham "Age of Reason" 3 weeks
22 August Fairground Attraction "Perfect" 4 weeks
29 August Fairground Attraction "Perfect" 4 weeks
5 September Fairground Attraction "Perfect" 4 weeks
12 September Fairground Attraction "Perfect" 4 weeks
19 September Robert Palmer "Simply Irresistible" 5 weeks
26 September Robert Palmer "Simply Irresistible" 5 weeks
3 October Robert Palmer "Simply Irresistible" 5 weeks
10 October Robert Palmer "Simply Irresistible" 5 weeks
17 October Robert Palmer "Simply Irresistible" 5 weeks
24 October U2 "Desire" 2 weeks
31 October U2 "Desire" 2 weeks
7 November Phil Collins "A Groovy Kind of Love" 1 week
14 November Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
21 November Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
28 November Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
5 December Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
12 December Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
19 December Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" 6 weeks
26 December The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks

Other hits
(see below)

Robert Palmer's hit "Simply Irresistible" was the best-charting single of the year, according to the Australian Music Report. The ARIA Charts list Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes' hit "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" as the best-charting single of the year, whereas the Australian Music Report lists this as the 2nd best-charting single of the year.

1989 (Australian Music Report)

Date Artist Single Weeks at number one
2 January The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
9 January The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
16 January The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
23 January The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
30 January The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
6 February The Beach Boys "Kokomo" 7 weeks
13 February Womack & Womack "Teardrops" 1 week
20 February The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" 4 weeks
27 February The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" 4 weeks
6 March The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" 4 weeks
13 March The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" 4 weeks
20 March Ian Moss "Tucker's Daughter" 1 week
27 March Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy" 5 weeks
3 April Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy" 5 weeks
10 April Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy" 5 weeks
17 April Madonna "Like a Prayer" 4 weeks
24 April Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy" 5 weeks
1 May Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy" 5 weeks
8 May Mike + The Mechanics "The Living Years" 1 week
15 May Madonna "Like a Prayer" 4 weeks
22 May Madonna "Like a Prayer" 4 weeks
29 May Madonna "Like a Prayer" 4 weeks
5 June Julian Lennon "Now You're in Heaven" 1 week
12 June The Bangles "Eternal Flame" 1 week
19 June Bette Midler "Wind Beneath My Wings" 3 weeks
26 June Bette Midler "Wind Beneath My Wings" 3 weeks
3 July Bette Midler "Wind Beneath My Wings" 3 weeks
10 July Roxette "The Look" 5 weeks
17 July Roxette "The Look" 5 weeks
24 July Roxette "The Look" 5 weeks
31 July Roxette "The Look" 5 weeks
7 August Roxette "The Look" 5 weeks
14 August New Kids on the Block "You Got It (The Right Stuff)" 1 week
21 August Simply Red "If You Don't Know Me by Now" 3 weeks
28 August Simply Red "If You Don't Know Me by Now" 3 weeks
4 September Simply Red "If You Don't Know Me by Now" 3 weeks
11 September Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
18 September Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
25 September Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
2 October Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
9 October Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
16 October Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" 6 weeks
23 October Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers "Swing the Mood" 3 weeks
30 October Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers "Swing the Mood" 3 weeks
6 November Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers "Swing the Mood" 3 weeks
13 November Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
20 November Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
27 November Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
4 December Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
11 December Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
18 December Cher "If I Could Turn Back Time" 6 weeks
25 December The B-52's "Love Shack" 8 weeks (7 weeks in 1990)

Other hits
(see below)

The Bangles' hit "Eternal Flame" was the best charting single of the year, according to the Australian Music Report. The ARIA Charts list Madonna's hit "Like a Prayer" as the best-charting single of the year, whereas the Australian Music Report lists this as the 2nd best charting single of the year.

1988 (ARIA Charts)

"ARIA commenced compiling its own charts in-house from the week ending June 26, 1988. They ran concurrent to the Australian Music Report, until 1999. The variance in dates between the two charts are as follows: The Dates given for ARIA Charts are Saturdays. The Dates given for the Australian Music Report are Mondays."

  1. Cheap Trick - "The Flame"
    June 4 for 4 weeks
  2. Louis Armstrong - "What a Wonderful World"
    July 2 for 1 week
  3. Kylie Minogue - "Got to Be Certain"
    July 9 for 3 weeks
  4. John Farnham - "Age of Reason"
    July 30 for 4 weeks
  5. Fairground Attraction - "Perfect"
    August 27 for 3 weeks
  6. Robert Palmer - "Simply Irresistible"
    September 17 for 5 weeks
  7. U2 - "Desire"
    October 22 for 3 weeks
  8. Bobby McFerrin - "Don't Worry, Be Happy"
    November 12 for 7 weeks
  9. The Beach Boys - "Kokomo"
    December 31 for 1 week and 6 weeks in 1989

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included "Better Be Home Soon" by Crowded House, "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" by Belinda Carlisle, "Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)" by Morris Minor and the Majors and "Doctorin' the Tardis" by The Timelords.

Other major hits (with peak positions noted) included "Whenever You Need Somebody" (3) and "When I Fall in Love"/"My Arms Keep Missing You" (5) by Rick Astley, "The Only Way Is Up" (3) by Yazz, "Run to Paradise" (3) by The Choirboys, "Sign Your Name" (3) by Terence Trent D'Arby, "Don't Be Cruel" (5) by Cheap Trick, "Love in the First Degree" (5) and "I Want You Back" (3) by Bananarama, "When Will I Be Famous?" (5) and "I Owe You Nothing" (6) by Bros, "All Fired Up" (6) by Pat Benatar, "I Want Your Love" (8) by Transvision Vamp and "Fat" (11) by "Weird Al Yankovic".

Hits by Australasian artists (with peak positions noted) also included "When a Man Loves a Woman" (3) by Jimmy Barnes, "Nothing Can Divide Us" (3) by Jason Donovan, "That's When I Think of You" (6) and "If I Could" (4) by 1927, "Heatseeker" (5) by AC/DC, "Love Is a Bridge" (11) by Little River Band, "So Excellent"/"I Go, I Go" (8) by Kylie Mole, and "I Still Love You (Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi)" (11) by Kylie Minogue.

1989 (ARIA Charts)

  1. The Proclaimers - "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)"
    February 18 for 5 weeks
  2. Madonna - "Like a Prayer"
    March 25 for 1 week, April 15 for 1 week, April 29 for 2 weeks and May 20 for 1 week. Highest charting single of the year according to the ARIA Charts.
  3. Fine Young Cannibals - "She Drives Me Crazy"
    April 1 for 2 weeks and April 22 for 1 week
  4. Mike + The Mechanics - "The Living Years"
    May 13 for 1 week
  5. The Bangles - "Eternal Flame"
    May 27 for 1 week, June 10 for 1 week and June 24 for 1 week
  6. Bette Midler - "Wind Beneath My Wings"
    June 3 for 1 week and June 17 for 1 week
  7. Roxette - "The Look"
    July 1 for 6 weeks
  8. New Kids on the Block - "You Got It (The Right Stuff)"
    August 12 for 3 weeks
  9. Simply Red - "If You Don't Know Me by Now"
    September 2 for 1 week
  10. Richard Marx - "Right Here Waiting"
    September 9 for 5 weeks
  11. Cher - "If I Could Turn Back Time"
    October 14 for 1 week and November 11 for 6 weeks
  12. Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers - "Swing the Mood"
    October 21 for 3 weeks
  13. The B-52's - "Love Shack"
    December 23 for 2 weeks and 6 weeks in 1990

Other hits
Songs peaking at number two included "Bedroom Eyes" by Kate Ceberano, "Batdance" by Prince, "All I Want Is You"/"Everlasting Love" by U2, "Especially for You" by Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan, "Teardrops" by Womack & Womack, and "A Groovy Kind of Love" by Phil Collins.

Other major hits (with peak positions noted) included "Baby I Don't Care" (3) by Transvision Vamp, "Poison" (3) by Alice Cooper, "Stop!" (4) by Sam Brown, "Talk It Over" (4) by Grayson Hugh, "Dressed for Success" (3) by Roxette, "You Got It" (3) by Roy Orbison, "The Best" (5) by Tina Turner, and "I Don't Want a Lover" (4) Texas.

Hits by Australasian artists also included "Tucker's Daughter" (2) by Ian Moss, "Ring My Bell" (5) by Collette, "She Has to Be Loved" (5) by Jenny Morris, "Rock and Roll Music" (5) by Mental As Anything, "One Summer" (8) by Daryl Braithwaite, "Say Goodbye" (6) by Indecent Obsession, "Chained to the Wheel" (9) by The Black Sorrows, and "Hand on Your Heart" (4), "Wouldn't Change a Thing" (6), "Never Too Late" (14) all by Kylie Minogue.

See also

References

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